International Media Ethics Day -2012

Mishal Pakistan in collaboration with the Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) and the Center for Media Research and Development celebrated the second International Media Ethics Day in Pakistan at the Royal Palm Country Club, Lahore. The aim of the Media Ethics Day is to mobilize the journalism community and...

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Pak-Afghan Journalists Exchange Program

Third Party Assessment of Training Outputs: The Danish government through its international development cooperation provides support to Pakistan guided by the ‘Framework Program in Support to Democratic Pakistan and Early Recovery of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) and FATA’, in brief the Framework Programme Pakistan (FPP). Under the above initiative the Danish...

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Journalists Against Polio

National Emergency Action Plan for Polio Eradication (NEAP) 2011 failed to achieved desired results and objectives were not achieved due to many reason but most significant being access limitations in some areas and poor perception of the program in different parts of the country. This is due to lack of...

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Capacity Building of Journalists through Training

The project aimed to increasing the capacity of Investigative and Responsible Journalism – which used institutionalized sustainable media structures in Pakistan to raise the bar of journalistic standards. The project developed the capacity of a cadre of journalists trained in producing counter-narrative content, which offset extremist ideology and undermine the...

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Curriculum Development on Online Journalism

This project aimed to address current media inadequacies of women as media professionals and opinion makers through partnership with a women’s university that has a journalism school and a campus radio station run by women students and faculty. The Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), based in Rawalpindi, adjacent to Pakistani...

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